Following a couple of "health scares" recently, my wife and I decided that it was high time to stop procrastinating, fire up the RV to get out of Dodge and go on the "dream trip" around the US and Canada we have been talking about forever! We have a fairly good idea of where we would like to go: tentatively in a "square" from Vancouver Island to New Mexico over to Florida, back up the east coast of the U.S., on to the Maritimes in Canada, Newfoundland, Quebec, Ontario and back west to Alberta, the Rockies, the Okanagan Valley (to pick up our yearly supply of peaches and visit some of our wonderful wineries in the Valley for a glass or two) and home. We will be visiting with some old friends and relatives along the way but want to remain open and flexible to suggestions/ideas we get from other RV folks we meet along the way. We are only going to do this type of a trip once so want to make the most of it! We plan to be gone from May to September 2018.
We are pretty new at long distance RV travel so would welcome any suggestions other folks have!
No. Unfortunately we lost our little Bichon Shelby (named after the race car driver/builder, Carroll Shelby) about a year ago!
In a beautiful complex not far from the ocean in Victoria, British Columbia on Vancouver Island in Canada
34 foot Coachmen Concord Class C, 300 ts, three slides, generator, 14 foot Honda Civic Sedan, four door
I'm way late on posting this! They stayed with us for a very short visit, just overnight as they were traveling on a time schedule. Really nice couple, would have them back anytime.
Sharon and Andy were our first guests since signing on to be a BW host. And what a great way to start! Fun to talk with, full of great stories and life experiences, respectful, and laid back. No doubt our similar ages and place along life's journey added to the enjoyment as well. After they left, I went out to take care of the water and power only to find that they had reattached my water hose and coiled up the extension cord. They were very respectful of the property, placed their refuse in the garbage can, and made sure we were aware when things needed attending too. And the only thing quieter than a mouse would be Sharon and Andy!
We thoroughly enjoyed our time with them and it was a pleasure to serve as their host and we would have them here anytime we're available.